Bristol Rovers

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Bristol Rovers
Full name
Bristol Rovers Football Club
First Season
1883-84
Ground
Memorial Stadium (1996-present)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives



Bristol Rovers Football Club is a professional football club in Bristol, England. They have played home matches at the Memorial Stadium in Horfield since 1996. They spent 1897 to 1986 playing at the Eastville Stadium and spent the interceding ten years at Twerton Park in Bath. The club's official nickname is "The Pirates," reflecting the maritime history of Bristol. The local nickname of the club is "The Gas," derived from the gasworks next to their former home, Eastville Stadium, which started as a derogatory term used by fans of their main rivals, Bristol City, but was affectionately adopted by the club and its supporters. Cardiff City and Swindon Town are considered the club's second and third biggest rivals.

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